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Public-Private Partnership Completes $23M Affordable Community in Orlando

ORLANDO — A partnership between Orange County, American Residential Communities and New South Residential has completed Phase I of Madison Landing, an affordable seniors housing community in Orlando.

The seven-story building features 110 units in 105,011 square feet on 5.4 acres. Development costs were estimated at $23 million.

Winter Park Construction (WPC) is the general contractor for the project, Evans Engineering is the civil engineer, and Blue Skies Studios and DM Architect provided architectural services. Construction began in September 2020.

Phase I units are reserved largely (90 percent) for households earning up to 60 percent of Orange County’s area median income (AMI), and the remaining units are reserved for households making less than 33 percent of AMI.

Phase II of Madison Landing will provide an additional 96 units in another seven-story building. Construction on Phase II has already begun.

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Source: Senior Housing Business

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